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night. in columbus, ohio, bruce springsteen won the cloud for the president but even celebrities could not find a house. in new hampshire, kid rock fronted mitt romney and his wife went to, the place was packed. a very enthusiastic reception. the latest polls, gallup has romney up by one. washington post has obama up by 3 but the sample was skewed the democrats and we got the latest revenues and poll numbers. romney by one, 49-48. 1 twenty million votes will be cast today. it has already begun and "varney and company" is beginning right now. stuart: it is tuesday, november 6th, it is election day. since it is the most critical day of lee year, charles payne is joining the company early. special treat. the mainstream media is pulling for president obama saying signs point to an obama victory but these pictures tell a different story. for the second straight night a packed crowd for mitt romney. thousands attend romney, his wife, kid rock, romneys were overwhelmed with emotion after a long standing ovation. contrast that with these pictures from president obama in ohio. he spoke to a hal
dragons. i'm here with jack hanna, where anything can happen. jack hanna is director of the columbus zoo and aquarium and also the host of the emmy award winning jack hanna's into the wild and a new show called wild countdown. his tigers are literally eating my studio. we better get on with this. jack, welcome. jack, am i going to die here? >> you shouldn't die, but if you were going to die, these would be the animals that would do it. >> these are baby tigers? how old are they? >> siberian tigers, 13 weeks. >> at what age can they kill a man? >> about another 22 months. >> right. >> because at about 22 months, these animals weigh over 600 pounds. >> really? >> this is one of the rarest cats in the world, piers. there are less than some people say 400. there could be less than 200 left in that part of the world. they were hunted for their coats but the problem today, you can imagine this animal at 600 pounds. >> they look strong already. >> oh, they're very strong. they could literally put a hole through your arm right now. >> right. looks like he wants to. can they bite at this age? >>
in this anticipation. >> even the famous explorer christopher columbus his discovery of the new world was necessary to fulfill an ancient professor i si. >> when columbus came to the new world, one of his major purposes was to make this place ready for the city of zion or the coming of jesus. >> people are by nature psychologically story tellers. we all understand what it is to have a beginning and middle and end to a story. >> dr. keith ablo is a fox news contributeder. >> the doomsday scenario is at odds to my mind with religion because in fact it is it relieves people of needing to take the journey toward self. >> it embraces a range of end of time beliefs clearly suggesting that an event will occur on december 21, 2012. how did this phenomenon get started. >> the idea of the doomsday has been around for at least 30, 40 years and it builds as the date approaches. blame it on internet. people used to gather under a big tent and preacher would tell us jesus coming to earth. >> the end attracts our attention. we wanted to try to forecast what is going to happen, forecasting is a big part of the hum
edition of "your money." i'm coming you to live from columb columbus, ohio. in three days, this is the state that will likely decide the presidential election. governor romney knows that only too well that no republican has won the white house without winning ohio and the race right now in ohio is close to a dead heat. let's look at the two latest polls. first, our own cnn/orc poll of likely voters shows president obama with a three point lead. now that is inside the statistical margin of error. so that's about as close as it can get. and nbc "wall street journal" poll gives the president a six point lead in ohio. a little better for obama. still very close. now obama may be the top prize for the candidates right now l are other important battleground states. we'll take through over the course of the next hour in a way that only cnn can. john avalon and i traveled more than 1800 miles on cnn's battleground bus tour as the race for the white house reaches its conclusion. no mat wrer i ter where i go, t economy is the most important issue in this election. i've been travelin
. senior correspondent scott cohn is there in the buckeye state's capital of columbus. what are you hearing before the polls close, scott? >> reporter: well, bill, it is an important state for both candidates. for governor mitt romney, it is nearly essential in his path to 270 electoral votes. he's made two trips here in the last 24 hours. actually, even less than that. here today up in cleveland for a quick stop following a quick stop at the airport here in columbus last night. vice president joe biden was here today as well practically bumping into governor romney up in cleveland where he paid a visit today. and president obama last night here in columbus, a rally attended by about 15,000 people as well as bruce springsteen and jay-z. all of this has definitely got the attention of the voters in ohio. here at ohio state university, they have been lined up out the door at a polling place here at the ohio union. we're hearing reports of strong turnout throughout the state, including in areas that are heavily republican or heavily independent, which of course tends to favor governor romney.
, veronica, we're seeing both candidates making stops again in the buckeye state. they'll be up in columbus later today. >> tracie potts in cincinnati, stay warm out there. >>> there was anger and frustration in florida where voters lined up to cast absentee ballots after being cut off from the early voting deadline on saturday. investigative correspondent michael itzkoff explains what happened there and other potential election problems. >> reporter: frustrated voters outside the miami-dade election office, they had come after the county announced it would open its doors to provide and accept absentee ballots. but so many voters showed up that election officials were overwhelmed. they shut their doors, then decided to reopen. the democratic party sued to extend early voting after some voters were stuck onlines for hours. >> i'm a little bit upset. you have, like, what, five hours now. >> reporter: election officials are bracing for lots of potential voting problems on tuesday, especially in the key battleground states. in ohio, experts say because of confusion over new absentee ballot rule
. >> even columbus believed his discovery of the new world was necessary to fulfill an ancient prophesy. >> when columbus came to the new world he tells us in his diary one of the major purposes was to make this place ready for the second coming of jesus. >> people are by nature storytellers. we understand a beginning, middle and end to a story. >> dr. ablow, is a psychiatrist and fox news contributor. >> doomsday scenario is at odds with religion, because it relieves people of needing to take the journey towards self. >> the 2012 doomsday embraces end of time beliefs suggesting a cataclysmic or transformative event will occur december 21st, 2012. how did this phenomenon get started? >> idea of a maya doomsday has been around at least 25, 30, 40 years now it builds as the date approaches many blame it on the internet. the internet is the and know log of old tent meetings -- is the anolog of the old 10 used to be held. >> the end attracts our attention. we want to try to forecast what is going to happen, forecasting is a big part of the human condition. >> the maya were a thoughtful civi
will it means court battles like we saw in florida in 2000. we're joined now from columbus, ohio. good morning, scott. >> reporter: good morning, carl. if it is close, even remotely as close as florida 2000, there are a lot of people who say the legal battles could make florida 2000 look like child's play. we'll have more on that later in the program. ohio is a tricky state. economically and so on which we'll also get to in a moment. i want to tell you about turnout. 1.8 million absentee ballots sent out in ohio. that's a record. as you can see, the students have been turning out here at ohio state university so there is a youth vote turnout as well. it is a tricky state in the campaign narrative this time around. the question is who gets credit for an economy that's doing better than the rest of the country? is it the auto bailout and stimulus? give credit to the president? or did all of this happen in spite of the president and with thanks to the state's republican governor who was on "meet the press" on sunday. >> we made ohio safe for business expansion. we balanced our budget. running hal
more democratic crowd but turnout is big everywhere, including at the columbus area precinct where ohio senator rob portman cast his ballot today. he says that independents are turning out. they favor governor romney. in many respects, the voters are rendering judgment on a strong ohio economy. take a look at the numbers. the unemployment rate here, 7%, that's below the national average. the state ranks third in the nation for job growth over the past year. and in our america's top states for business rankings this year, third for low cost of doing business. but who gets credit for that, the democrats and support of president obama say it's the auto bailout you can the stimulus. supporters of governor romney say it's republican governor john kasich and the strides this state has made are in spite of president obama. economist jason sell legman here at ohio state says it really has to do a lot with ohio's diverse economy. >> we, of course, both make things but we make things for each other, so there are export and import dynamics. >> what is -- will have to be different by the obama admi
are pushed down to the road and they never materialize. i was in columbus, ohio, during the campaign. there's an amazing guy, the mayor of columbus, a long-term democrat, and he's done a deal on finances. when the crisis hit, he cut as much as he could in the back office, things people didn't see. he hadn't cut enough. sew went to the business community and said i can carry on cutting. i can put police services, park services, things that will actually affect the city of people's desire to live here, or we can have a revenue hike. and because he had already done the cuts in the back office and he could lay them out, the business community 100% supported a revenue hike. it was a really interesting model in one city. okay, it's one city. it's not the country, but it's an interesting model of how you can use cuts. >> i wasn't going to object what you said, i was going tack to what michael said. i don't sense the republicans saying they're flexible on rates. they keep saying we cannot increase marginal rates. we cannot increase marginal rates. donnie repeated the warren buffett point which is a
columbus is, the state capital is. he says that the democrats have done a great job of getting out early voting there. and that in particular, ohio state university students have voted in huge proportions. he says the republicans are doing well when it comes to early mail-in ballots but he says the ground game by the democrats has been very strong. guys? tracy: i'm telling you, it will be a late flight, gerri. get your red bull. it will be interesting. i don't know. >> absolutely. lori: i'm more optimistic we'll have a definitive winner. i know where you will be. you will be on the air indefinitely. tracy: poor neil. we have a ways to go. lori: we have reporting here. stick with us, fox business is the only place to be on election day and election night. a special stuart are varney@5:00 eastern. lou dobbs will guide you through all the returns. do not miss it. you can't afford it. don't go anywhere yet. tracy and i will be you through the afternoon. come wednesday morning we should know, again she doubts it but we should though who our president will be but does the uncertainty end inter
right now. governor romney really has to rack up the count on his side of things. yesterday in columbus urging his supporters at a rally to get out there and get everyone they can get to the polls. here he is. >> some of you have been successful in convincing your neighbors to vote for paul ryan and me and i thank you for that. now let's make sure that everyone we know gets out to vote on times you're here because you care about america. this campaign is about america and about the future that we're going to leave to our children. we thank you and we ask to you stay at it all the way until victory on tuesday night is clear. >> for governor romney today will be all about two things. how the independents break and what kind enthusiasm there is out there for conservatives to get to the polls. i thought mike huckabee said something interesting this weekend when he said in terms of conservative enthusiasm in this country look back on the chick-fil-a controversy, who thought that so many people would line up around the block for a chicken sandwich? imagine what they'll do when it comes to vot
, a last effort to get out the vote. steve brown is in columbus this afternoon. steve, when ohio starts reporting their numbers, those will be early votes, favoring the president. do we have a sense of how much an edge he has from the early voting numbers? >>guest: analysis of the early voting is by the counties in which they were cast. you do not register as a democrat or a republican in this state so they do not have a good handle on can democrats or republicans early voted. but the former g.o.p. chairman in ohio looked at the distribution and he likes what he sees in terms of, perhaps, good news for governor romney. have a listen. >> if you look at the early vote in the counties that obama won in 2008, early vote is up 3 percent. if you look at the early vote town out in counties that were won by john mccain in 2008, it is up 14 percent. that is an advantage for governor romney. >> but he and other republicans in the state say definitely obama will start the night off with a lead when ohio starts reporting. >>shepard: we can get a sense of ohio in the early going after the polls clos
will be speaking minutes from now. president obama will also visit columbus, ohio, and des moines, iowa, today. the president will spend tonight in chicago where he'll await the results of the election. >> mitt romney will visit four battleground states today. he's in virginia right now and will appear at george mason university this afternoon. the republican presidential nominee will also head to ohio, new hampshire and florida, all today. police are calling it a horrific accident. the pittsburgh zoo remains closed the day after a 2-year-old boy fell into a wild dog exhibit and was mauled to death. police say the boy's mother tried to give him a better view by putting him up on top of the railing of the viewing deck but the 2-year-old fell 11 feet into the pit. they say a pack of african painted dogs attacked him immediately. zookeepers say they did everything they could to save the little boy but it was too late. >> they responded immediately and were able to get several of the dogs into the backup building. the veterinarians arrived and tried to scare the dogs away from the young child with
, the columbus dispatch which is a very conservative-leaning newspaper, has been in the past, had this deadline, quote, auto bailout could be the clincher. and they go on to say in this article if president obama wins ohio, it will be because of the bailout of gm and chrysler. if romney wins and i quote it will be because of the final days of the campaign he stopped fumbling his explanation on what he would have done with the two auto giants. do you believe that it was the bailout of the auto industry that won ohio for the president, mike? >> well, i think it was factor for both the president and i think it hurt the governor. for several years in the whole campaign, his position was at times confusing and incoherent. now, here's what i think the governor should have said right from the beginning. he should have said something along the lines of i support the fact that president bush allocated tarp funds to prevent an industrial armageddon on top of financial armageddon. and i applaud then president obama for using bankruptcy as i recommended to straighten out some of the long-time ills of the i
in columbus, ohio. the labor unions which basically run turnout for the democratic party, we don't have that analog. it is run by the local republican parties so we can't go in and do a lot of on the ground door knocking. we tried it in 2010. it was very difficult because we don't have the store front and we don't have the brand. we did expand the map at the end. it obviously wasn't successful. i just don't know how we could have done it differently. if you look at the exit polls, the way that obama won was on the ground in cleveland with a lot of the minority voters. i just don't know that's a job for super pacs. >> do you feel the same way that super pacs can't do this? they can't be ground efforts because they don't have a brand? >> i don't think that they can be ground efforts. you have to leave that to the campaign. romney failed on that. or the parties. but i will say the republican side suffered in some ways from having too much money. because there were all these groups, crossroads may not have a brand but each group can have one specific message that you keep driving and drivin
this morning. let's begin with our white house correspondent brianna keilar who is in near columbus, ohio n franklin county. tell us more about president obama's final message to the voters. >> well, carol a lot of the message is going to be about patience, and things are getting under way here in hilliard and i have to tell you that governor strickland was just introduced. we know that president obama is on the way here, and we are expecting that is a message of patience that he will be urging. probably using the jobs numbers from today to say, look, the economy is slowly but surely moving in the right direction, and this isn't the time to change course. obviously, countering very much to what we have heard from governor romney as he tries to urge the voters to change course. if yesterday was any indication, expect some strong jigs at governor romney for positioning himself as the candidate of change in this election. we heard yesterday that president talk about how mitt romney is not the candidate of change, but he has not put specifics on to a number of his economic plans. and we are exp
president obama. 24% going for governor romney. mike tobin is live in columbus, ohio, now with more. mike? >> reporter: and, jon, to take your auto bailout point a step further, you look at the county-by-county breakdown in ohio, most of the state shows up red. mitt romney won most of the real estate in ohio, the president won the population centers, particularly in the northern part of the state. that's where the manufacturing is done, that's where the auto parts are made, that's where all the points about the auto bailout really hit home. there's another point that can't be ignored out here, and that's a court ruling that really seemed to contribute to the outcome. republicans here in ohio and the republican secretary of state wanted to close early voting in the weekend leading up to the election. the court said they couldn't do it. it was a big part of the democrats' ground game not just to get out the vote, but to get out the early vote. and we saw over the weekend the lines streaming out the door, people waiting in line two hours to cast a ballot between saturday and monday. there we
up, for days, the pundits said the election would come down to ohio. scott cohn is in columbus. scott? >> reporter: and the pundits were right. this was the state that put barack obama over the top. how did he do it? with a secret ingredient. and we'll tell you what that is when this special edition of "squawk box" continues. people really love snapshot from progressive, but don't just listen to me. listen to these happy progressive customers. i plugged in snapshot, and 30 days later, i was saving big on car insurance. with snapshot, i knew what i could save before i switched to progressive. the better i drive, the more i save. i wish our company had something this cool. you're not filming this, are you? aw! camera shy. snapshot from progressive. test-drive snapshot before you switch. visit progressive.com today. >>> we're back with this special edition of "squawk box." scott cohn is in columbus to tell us what a battleground state ohio was and how it really did change the outcome. >> reporter: it did, andrew. this state with 18 electoral votes is almost an uncanny predictor of presid
but our very own senior correspondent scott cohn. he's at ohio state university in fact in columbus. scott, we want of course to get a sense from you as to the mood there, the feeling there. and it's interesting because ohio's economy is actually a little better than than the national average. how might that impact the results? >> well, it certainly has impacted the campaign. you're right, this is a very, very important state. how important? both candidates made a point of stopping here during their last campaign rallies. president obama was at a rally of about 15,000 people with bruce springsteen and jay-z preceding him. mitt romney with an airport rally slightly later in the day. both of them needing the estate badly. romney perhaps needing it more than president obama does as you look at different paths to the electoral college. take a look at ohio by the numbers. 18 key lector cal votes. the unemployment rate here as kelly mentioned, lower than the national average. 7%. and that has complicated things somewhat as governor romney tries to campaign on a bad economy. obama tries to campai
in the 2000 election? cnbc's scott cohn joins us from columbus, ohio. good morning to you, scott. >> reporter: good morning, andrew. it could be if it's a close race that ohio 2012 makes florida looks like child's play. say what you will at enthusiasm, here at ohio state university the youth vote is turning out, lined up half an hour before the polls opened at 6:30 eastern time this morning. the line is moving but moving slowly but they are indeed here. how important is ohio? president obama joined by bruce springsteen and jay-z appeared before about 15,000 supporters at a rally in town town columbus yesterday afternoon. governor romney appeared at an airport rally, olympic figure skater scott hamilton and golfer jack nicklaus providing the star power. along with the armies of campaign worker answer supporters are armies of lawyers already legal battles out if here in ohio, the latest involves this, this is the paperwork that accompanies a provisional ballot. dl is a court case pending. if there is a close race, 50,000 votes on either side it could all come down to this. >> provisional ballot
the key and political divide remains and in "the columbus dispatch." ohio wins with ohio. the "boston globe" reads "economy kept obama afloat. blocked romney win, and here's a forward thinking headline in "the wisconsin state journal." observers say paul ryan now a front-runner for the 2016 gop nomination. tell me we're not already talking about 2016. >> let the race begin. of course, we're keeping our eye on another big story as well this morning. can you probably see the flags moving pretty briskly behind us. that is a sign of what's to come as nasty weather, a nor'easter bears down on already storm-ravaged parts of this east coast. al is live along the new jersey shore with what we can expect. >> all right. we want to get right to our top story, the election results. nbc's kristen welker had a late night covering president obama's campaign, and she joins us this morning from chicago. kristen, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, savannah. well, president obama is waking up as a two-term president. a lot of people said it wouldn't be possible because of the stagnan
trouble voting on tuesday's electi election. the secretary of state in ohio, he is in columbus this morning, mr. secretary, thanks for being with us. >> great to be with you, carl. >> we have been spared the defense that new york and new jersey experienced. we have had small scale power outages, there's only been one polling place that was affected and that was only for a couple of hours, so we are back fully going in all of our polling locations to early voting. we had -- so we had some man-made problems. we have contingency plans that could disrupt voting and we don't think that anyone will be inconvenienced on election day. >> the deployment of materials, all the hardware, the personnel, uninterrupted as far as you can tell? >> uninterrupted in the early voting process and we don't expect there to be any issues with any of our polling locations. all of our local board of elections are required under state law to file emergency plans for alternative voting sites, alternative paper ballot options. all kinds of contingencies are planneded for should something occur and we don't
of the economy. host: columbus, indiana, independent scholar. guest: how are things in bartholomew county? caller: they are great. are among social security. i do not live above my means. -- i am awed social security. they would rather reform taxes for people working here from foreign countries. maybe it would help us get our economy back on track again. guest: reform taxes for people here from foreign countries? host: taxing them more, i assume? guest: i think that's a fairly small percentage of the american workforce, foreign nationals. referring to people in the country illegally would be something else. look. we need to take a complete look at the tax code and i think congress will be doing that. how to restructure this in ways to help the economy grow? that is the biggest challenge right now. it's a very competitive world out there. the population is aging and we are not creating enough jobs and investment. what can we do with the 10,000 page tax code to make it easier to hire people come to invest, and grow the economy? two, there are certain things we have to pay for, social security, nati
to the u.s. it's possible you could see the end of the arab spring at that conference held at columbus university in 2008. there's a matter of the public diplomacy people coming into the state department are often shunted off into consular work for eight years or whatever, for a long time before the ever get to any public diplomacy were. it's as though you're in the military and call your officers and send them off to, i don't know, do social work and then suddenly brought them back and said now you're in charge of the squadron. well anyway, but -- >> well, thank you, ambassador. and by the way, as far as the arab spring is concerned, i know that i was personally accused by some right wing bloggers having omitted the arab spring but i wish it were true, because of this event. although the event enabled me to do. the thing that was most fun of all of all the things that it did when i was undersecretary, which was that i got to call on the egyptian ambassador. i don't know if you really does, and made them come to my office and dressing gown which is sort of a great thing you can do trad
are on the line wi. i think we lost him. hmael.republican, is caller: how are you? columbus, ohio. i am a republican. what i love in the republicans is they -- when they say people give us free money. [indiscernible] i worked for a company and that's where i loved my republican voice. host: lia is on the line. caller: i worked in the primary. what i think needs to happen is we just need to be able to coalesce around a single candidate during the primaries. we cannot do that this time. the social conservatives and religious conservatives and fiscal conservatives need to be able to come together on a candidate. host: is there someone in particular? caller: i worked for ron paul. what needs to happen is the religious social conservatives need to realize that trying to legislate this does not work, obviously. look at what we have. they have to be willing to live a separated life from the world. when they think it through and realize that limited government is the only real way now to go back to a moral society, we need to stop actually subsidizing things like divorce and all the other thing
that. we have columbus day parades, polish american parades', cinco de am i yo and we even have anglo-american celebrations. i had a reporter say what does that look like? i said you've never been to the revolution meeting? it isn't much of a solution but it is a commemoration. you know, as long as the emphasis has to be on the right you are an italian-american, you are an anglo-american, hispanic american and i talked to somebody from germany last year who chose to become an american and i said why? he said you have so much more freedom here. in germany there are tremendous expectations about what you're supposed to do and how you're supposed to behave and based on your family background. here you are free. we want people who yearn for that freedom to come to the united states. they always have. we want them to continue to do so. it is what makes us americans. we have a question down here. >> mabey if you could ask your question and then ask both of them and we will try to take them. >> i'm a comedian working in the u.s. on an h-1b visa, a process that i wouldn't wish on my worst ene
suppress that. we have columbus day parade for italian-americans. we have polish american rates. we have cinco de mayo and texas. even have anglo-american events. daughters of the revolution, a commemoration, though not much of the celebration. the emphasis has to be on the right still. -- the right syllable. you are hispanic-american, italian-american. i spoke to someone from germany who chose to become an american. i asked why. he said you have so much more freedom here. in germany there are tremendous expectations about what you are supposed to do and how you are supposed to behave, based on your family background. here you are free. we want people who yearn from that freedom to come to the united states. they always have. we want them to continue to do so. it is what makes us americans. >> we have a question here. if you could ask your question and then hand over the microphone. >> i am a canadian working in the u.s. on an stage one visa, a process i would not wish on my worst enemy -- an h1 visa. how would you address the reforms for those who want to come to the u.s. to work? and i
able to go to school. i think mitt romney lost a lot of people in columbus because of that 47%. >> i am merely of said. i cannot believe that we, again, that mr. obama into the white house. i am a nurse and it has been here to find a job. a home health -- patients are not being seen big medicare cuts. >> i think it is a very dark day. i am shocked and dismayed how this man could have won again. i really feel that the election, so many people are out of work. i am an executive in this community who lost his job and was able to find a job. there are no jobs. the woman who called before, the situation with the obama, with our troops and our embassy, i think he handled it improperly and i would not be surprised before he gets ready to give his inaugural speech that there might not be an impeachment trial that starts. i think the country is more divided today than ever before. i think he was able to win because so many people have moved to the bottom side of the scale because there is no work in this country and it is not going to get better. >> i want to address why i believe mitt romney di
. if you're watching tv in columbus, ohio, during that time period you were seeing a lot of negative ads. they were almost all negative. they were quite effective. they were about bain and they were about the auto industry bailout and they were about policy proposals that were mischaracterizing that romney's policy proposals but they were pretty effective. >> raise taxes on -- >> raise taxes on the middle class, for instance. we can't forget it was not a level playing field until really the very end. even after the convention when the general election funds were available to mitt romney which he needed to be able to try to respond we were still not on all markets in ohio. we were still being outspent. so that has a cumulative effect. it is difficult, i chaired the effort in ohio so i'm maybe too focused on ohio i think you find the same thing is true in the other swing states. it is tough to come back from that. back to your question how do you take these policies issues and translate them the way people care about, i do think it is a huge challenge for us. i would suggest a lot of peopl
december 14 as well as all-star weekend in columbus. boy that hurts their economy. commissioner gary bettman said wednesday the lockout is costing the league between 18 and $20 million per day. the players union and league remain far apart on a potential deal. that is not helping on this small business saturday. for the fourth straight year, underarmor decking out two college teams in patriotic jerseys all part of their underarmor campaign supporting the wounded warrior project. clayton has a jersey. this is worn by the university of hawaii today. they are taking on unlv. it's been a tough year for hawaii. now they are going to really do something good. helping underarmor. the jerseys will be auctioned off. clayton showed you the jersey says freedom instead of the names of the players. front says hawaii. all proceeds go to the wounded warrior project. we will tweet out a link where you can help out and buy some of these items. here are the shoes. check these babies out. >> wow. >> super hero. >> or professional wrestler. >> professional wrestler, that does look nice. the jerseys have
. they have contributed to our culture. and we are not saying that you should suppress the. we have columbus day parade for italian americans. we have polish-american bridge. we have include a mile in texas. we even have anglo-american celebration i had reported say what's it look like? i said if you ever been to the american revolution meeting? it's a commemoration. as long as -- it has to be on the right. you're an italian-american. you're in anglo-american. hispanic american. and i talk to someone from germany last year who chose to become an american, and i said why. he said, you have so much more freedom here. in germany, there are tremendous expectations about what you're supposed to do and how you're supposed to behave, based on your family background. here you are free. we want people who yearn for that freedom to come to deny states. they always have that we want him to continue to do so. it's what makes us americans. >> we have a question down here. may be if you could answer questions in hand the microphone and will try to take both questions. >> i'm a canadian working in u.s. on
're not saying you should suppress that. we have columbus day parades for italian-americans. polish-american parades, cinco de mayo in texas. we have anglo-american celebrations. a reporter said what does that look like? you have never been to a revolutionary meeting. not much of a celebration but it is a commemoration. the emphasis has to be on the right syllable. you're an italian-american. you're an anglo-american. year hispanic-american. and i talked to somebody from germany last year who chose to become an american. i said why? he said you have so much more freedom here. in germany there are tremendous expectations about what you're supposed to do and how you're supposed to behave and based on your family background. here you're free. we want people who yearn for that freedom to come to the united states. they always have. we want them to continue to do so. it's what makes us americans. >> question down here, two questions. maybe ask your question and hand the microphone and ask both. we will try to take both questions. >> i'm a canadian working on the u.s. on an hv1 visa, a pr
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